Question about Kenmore 46702 / 46704 / 46709 Electric Kitchen Range
Try turning it off at the breaker. It is way easier than pulling it out and unplugging it. Also, leave it powered off for at least 7 to 10 minutes. This sometimes resets the control board and stops the beeping. If the beeping starts up again you may need a new control board. At this point it is a good idea to call in a pro. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
I have a Kenmore 790.4670 oven. I was brewing beer on stovetop for over 2 hours and must have tripped a runaway temperature sensor in the oven. The oven was not in use at all this day. After letting completely cool, and tripping breaker, and unplugging range, the error code F10 still displayed as well as the oven door being locked and the oven exhaust fan running constantly at full blast, even though unit was completely cooled down. Stove top elements worked fine. Heres how I fixed it. FYI im not an expert, or even an electrician. But I own a screwdriver and some tools and know to unplug things first. Anyway, to my knowledge there are multiple oven temperature sensors in these units. On mine, there is one in the back upper left of oven located on back wall, one appears to be in the back of the bottom warmer drawer, and one is also tucked under the front right burner, but not visible from the oven. This is the sensor that tripped on me. See pic for what the sensor looks like. Ok, so heres how to get access to the sensor underneath the front right burner. Take off knobs. Unscrew with a big flat head screwdriver the large weird looking black "bolts" just under the knobs. There should be two slots for a flathead screwdriver on the top of each "bolt" Gently lift up the oven control piece that now lost and flip over and lay on stove top. A rubber gasket may come lose. You can re set that later. Now, with a flashlight, look into the cavity area behind the stainless steel plate, and look under where the right hand controls were. You should see a small circular item with 2 bolts attaching it to the oven frame. Now most boards on here say to test these items and replace them and so forth. I simply pushed in the red "button" that was protruding out from the center of this small circular sensor, heard a little click, and that fixed it. Re put everything back together. Cleaned everything. Plugged oven back in, reset clock and held down the stop button for 3 seconds to unlock the oven door. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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